go into a case like this, they have very little to work with, no testimony on the record or anything. he's got days and days of her testimony on the stand, her demeanor now radically shifting to someone who is tough and she's fighting back with him. >> he's pushing her. >> he's pushing her buttons because he wants to show this jury that she has a cold, hard, calculating side that was capable of planning this murder and how convenient. you don't remember 27 stab wounds to this person that you killed? so i think he's doing a very, very good job on cross-examination. >> you talked, judge hatchet, about her credibility. he went after her about her claim that alexander broke her finger during an argument. listen to this exchange. >> put up your left hand. according to you, he kicked you and damaged your ring finger on the left hand, correct? >> yes. >> in fact, you even held it up for us, didn't you? >> yes. >> and it was crooked when you showed it to us, wasn't it?